a.1.Full of content.
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"Headless CMSs such as GatherContent, Contentful, and Prismic are channel-agnostic content repository platforms that allow content publishing through an API," says Kay.
According to Woolf, Socrates would have an "ideological" conception of truth and knowledge in the Phaedo, by which he means that Socrates "has a specific, contentful idea of what the objects of truth and knowledge are, which provides the grounds for his advocacy of truth and knowledge as the highest goods" (5).
In the indirect dependency approach (IDA, first proposed by Davidson 1984; adopted by, e.g., Dayal 1994; Fanselow, Mahajan 2000; Horvath 2000; Felser 2001; Stepanov, Stateva 2006; Schippers 2010a; 2010b), the scope marker is analyzed as an argument or expletive that originates in the object position within the matrix clause from where it may independently move to the matrix SpecCP, whereas the contentful wh-phrase in the embedded clause also moves independently to its local SpecCP.
view that it is possible to derive contentful, normatively binding
A major agenda item of the more radical embodied and enactivist approaches to mind has been to establish that not all or even most of our goal-directed everyday activities depend on contentful mental representations at any level or in any fashion (see Anthony Chemero; Hutto and Myin, Radicalizing Enactivism; Thompson).
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It may be that all contents feel the same, as contentful utterances, or that there are distinctive cognitive phenomenal characters associated with different contents (Pitt 2004) or attitudes (Jorba forthcoming).
At any given time, the law as it stands has some contentful
Fictional characters do not come into existence through the making of contentful representations, for the simple reason that they are these representations.